Veteran’s widow tries to pay the bills

PHOTO BY GRETEL DAUGHERTY—Sandi Niblack holds up her late husband’s VA medical card next to a rack of men’s clothes that belonged to him and a fellow military widow’s late husband during a garage sale at a friend’s house. Niblack was trying to sell clothing and her craft supplies at the garage sale to pay for his cremation costs and bills that he let slide before he died; she has already lost her car and sold her furniture, and is facing foreclosure on her home.



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PHOTO BY GRETEL DAUGHERTY—Sandi Niblack holds up her late husband’s VA medical card next to a rack of men’s clothes that belonged to him and a fellow military widow’s late husband during a garage sale at a friend’s house. Niblack was trying to sell clothing and her craft supplies at the garage sale to pay for his cremation costs and bills that he let slide before he died; she has already lost her car and sold her furniture, and is facing foreclosure on her home.

Sandi Niblack is selling “whatever isn’t nailed down” to make ends meet. Her husband, a Vietnam war veteran, died March 27. Niblack said she is still struggling to pay off…




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